Trey Gowdy

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Harold "Trey" Gowdy (born August 22, 1964 in Greenville, South Carolina) is a former federal prosecutor and the conservative Republican U.S. Representative from South Carolina's 4th congressional district.

Rep. Gowdy has been a leader on the issue of Hillary Clinton's wrongdoing in connection with her emails:[1]

Every explanation Secretary Clinton has provided about a week later was proven to be demonstrably false. this is just the latest one of those assertions that there was no classified info. i saw the clip this morning. she was very definitive – she neither sent or received classified information. Well, that is patently false. ...

If she were interested in cooperation she wouldn't have done any of the things she's done to date. This was not about cooperation, and Bill, frankly, it's not about convenience, it's about control. she wanted to control access to the public record, and she almost got away with it but she didn't.

Trey Gowdy was elected to Congress after defeating incumbent Congressman Bob Inglis by a landslide in the June 2010 primary. By 2015, Inglis was siding with liberals on their phony climate change.

Trey Gowdy was featured on at least two episodes of "Forensic Files" files before he was elected to Congress.